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The Dawn Patrol (1930) was Howard Hawks’ second film in the world of aviation, after the lost silent The Air Circus (1928). He would visit that world again in Ceiling Zero, Only Angels Have Wings and Air Force.
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Richard Barthelmess as World War I pilot Dick Courtney in The Dawn Patrol (1930). Richard was also a pilot in Howard Hawks’ Only Angels Have Wings (1939).
off duty World War I pilots find a pub that doesn’t allow obscene language in The Dawn Patrol (1930).
The Dawn Patrol (1930) was the first sound film to win an Oscar for John Monk Sanders for the original story. John was the husband of cinema’s future scream queen Fay Wray. 35 more words
Neil Hamilton, Richard Barthelmess and Douglas Fairbanks Jr smile for the camera in a publicity still for The Dawn Patrol (1930).
a disagreement between the pilot and his commander in The Dawn Patrol (1930).
Richard Barthelmess as British World War I flying ace Dick Courtney in a publicity still for The Dawn Patrol (1930). His part was played by Errol Flynn in Warner Brothers’ 1938 remake.